The music of Seconds Before Awakening (the nom de disque of one Michael S. Waller) is tied up with the history of Free Floating right from the very beginning…. Way back in July of 2008 I played “Zero 2” on the very first installment of my Stillstream radio show. Since then the music of Seconds Before Awakening has graced the show quite a few times and now I am happy to be releasing new music under the Free Floating banner. There are many aspects of the music that reach out to me. There is... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, Creative Commons, drone, ambient music, abstract, ambient music, netlabel
This compilation is more than just music. It is a mission statement. As you will see on the website, there is a written mission statement for the label. While those words are an adequate description for what I intend the focus of Free Floating Music to be, words can only express so much. This is, of course, why there is music. And while this music doesn’t speak loudly, it does speak clearly. It speaks to us of the spaces where we can be free from the accelerated pull of the world. It writes... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: ambient, ambient music, creative commons, electronic, abstract, drone, netlabel
I don’t know if there’s something in the water in Manchester or if his house is built above some sacred tomb of Arthurian knights, but I know that Brin Coleman (aka Bing Satellites) possesses some incredible source of musical power that goes beyond what I’m accustomed to. As I have been listening repeatedly to Twilight Sessions Volume Eight, I find it amazing that seven other volumes (totaling over 15 hours of music) have been released by Bing Satellites in little over a year. And this... Topics: ambient, ambient music, creative commons, netlabel, electronic, abstract
For me this release by Mirada is a lesson in listening. In my initial listening to the work after I received it, I didn't really know what was going on in the pieces. There seemed to me to be little to no movement. I found them moderately interesting as atmospheres, but wasn't entirely moved by them. For a (brief) while I considered passing on releasing them through Free Floating. I thought about sending Mark (Heath, AKA Mirada) to submit the work to the Complex Silence series or some... Topics: ambient, ambient music, Creative Commons, netlabel, electronic, abstract, meditation, sleep,...